Garnier Fresh Essentials Vitamin Enriched Scrub Reviews
Product Type: Garnier body care
Newest Review: ... shampoos to make up remover or hair products and was generally satisfied every time and I know that they are well known good ... more
Customer Garnier Fresh Essentials Vitamin Enriched Scrub Reviews (5)
by - written on 26/08/10 (Very useful, 174 readings)
To my darling St Ives Invigorating Face Scrub You know how I feel about you. For many, many years now I have been faithful to you - I have never needed another scrub as you have satisfied my needs so wonderfully well. You look good, you smell good, and you are on special offer so often too. And you make my face feel so wonderfully soft and smooth - how could I ever want another? But my darling, I have been tempted and led astray. This is how it happened. I was shopping recently and spotted an amazing two for £3 deal on Garnier products in my local supermarket. So, along with a face wash which I have also reviewed, I found myself tempted ... Read the complete review
by - written on 24/07/11 (Very useful, 58 readings)
I normally always use St.ives facial scrub but I couldn't find it on offer anywhere so I decided instead to get the fresh essentials scrub from Garnier as it was 2 for £3.99 at superdrug's. Facial exfoliation is very important to me because even though I do not wear any make up at all I do have large pores and they can get clogged up regularly if I do not exfoliate. I was desperate for a facial exfoliator and I have had trouble in the past finding a good one. I don't like the gel based ones because they are very ineffective at deep cleaning the skin. I also didn't want to spend a huge amount of money on an exfoliator so this was a good one to try. The ... Read the complete review
by - written on 22/07/12 (Very useful, 59 readings)
A while ago whilst I was on a hunt for a new face wash I came across this Garnier Essentials Refreshing Scrub. When it comes to face wash/scrub I tend to change the brand I use every so often. If I use the same product for a long period of time, I notice changes to my skin and I know then that it is time to buy something different. I normally stick to buying well-known brands though. I brought this scrub solely because it was on half-price sale. For paying just around £1.60 if I remember correctly I could not resist not to buy. I have used Garnier products before from shampoos to make up remover or hair products and was generally satisfied every time and I ... Read the complete review
by - written on 24/05/12 (Very useful, 67 readings)
I first bought Garnier vitamin enriched scrub as it was on special offer in Superdrug, buy two for £3.99 or one for £4.03 I usually use Superdrugs own brand but at this price I just had to try it. The scrub comes in a 150ml light green tube which stands on its top making it easier when coming to the end to squeeze out. The first thing I noticed about this scrub was the lovely fresh and fruity smell which I found invigorating. The scrub is easily squeezed out and is a creamy texture and white with green micro particles in colour. I gently rubbed the product into my face, I say gently as the only down side to this product is it can feel abrasive on your skin ... Read the complete review
by - written on 26/08/10 (Useful, 144 readings)
After loving the cleansing milk from the Garnier Fresh Essentials range i noticed my mum had brought the Vitamin-Enriched Facial Scrub. So i pinched a bit whilst in the shower (cheeky i know). The scrub is lightly exfoliating which i love in a face product as it makes your skin glow and takes cleansing to another level. It rinses off well and doesn't really have a smell to be honest, which to me, is a good thing. The scrub is very gentle, just like all Garnier skin products, and didn't make my skin feel tight and squeaky (which i HATE!). After drying my face it felt clean, smooth, moisturised, and it looked dewy and lovely :) Also what i ... Read the complete review
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